White Castle is heading to the Hill with hot, fresh, steam-grilled-on-a-bed-of-onions Original Sliders in tow. In honor of its 90th birthday, White Castle wanted to share its famous bite-sized burgers with all members of Congress during its first “Castles at the Capitol” event.
“In the past, local members of Congress have supported our organization by getting behind the counter at White Castle and serving sliders to constituents in their districts. This year, we wanted to serve them,” said Jamie Richardson, vice president of government and corporate relations. “Many members of Congress have told us about their fond memories of going to White Castle growing up, and we hope to bring back some of those cherished memories on June 14.”
Castles at the Capitol will be held over lunchtime on Tuesday, June 14, which is Flag Day. Members of Congress were notified of the lunch treat by hand-delivered invitations. White Castle employees will be serving up fresh hamburgers, cheeseburgers and jalapeno burgers to all members of Congress. The Sliders then will be hand-delivered in White Castle’s Crave Cases of 30 burgers each.
White Castle is a family-owned business based in Columbus, Ohio that owns and operates more than 400 White Castle restaurants in 11 states. The company was founded in Wichita, Kansas in 1921 and is America’s first fast-food hamburger chain. All White Castle burgers are made from 100-percent USDA approved beef. This year, the company celebrates its 90th birthday with special events and promotions occurring throughout the year. For more information on White Castle, visit www.whitecastle.com.